Do we have to get animation? What's the best option about shutter speed and render passes?
you can setup a camera for this.
and also you will have to select the distance for focus (f)
in the properties of the camera.
2016 SOLIDWORKS Help - Cameras
Is the focus pointing to rotation center? and will the render be .tiff ?
I think I have misunderstood your question.
is this what you are after: (?)
2016 SOLIDWORKS Help - Creating Motion Blur Using Final Render
Not a Visualize but neat to see anyway.
This one is easy.
This is found by selecting your camera and click the arrow to show the Depth of Field sliders.
Next check the box along side Depth of Field
Click the eye then click on the spot in the image you want to be the focal point. You can adjust the sliders to get the desired look.
Thanks for your answers but I want to create motion blur in picture not like depth of field. We get blur when something moves while taking picture I want to get this blur effect in Visualize.
Have you got the Pro version of visualize? Motion blur is only available in the pro version, not the version that comes with solidworks FOC.
Hope this helps.
Yes I have the professional license of Visualize
I would just use Photoshop for that. Almost any image editing program can do it. You would duplicate the layer and use the blur effect then adjust the opacity and erase the areas of the blur you want to clarify. Hope that helps. You get much more control over the image this way.
You can activate the "motion blur" option for your camera used in Visualize. Just play with the shutter time to increase or decrease the blur effect. The motion blur will be shown on parts that move during an animation. It's not only shown in the animation but also on still images.
See my own created example, the motion blur of the wheels is created with this option. The blur in the background is from the backplate it self.
Sweet image Renso! is that you driving?
FYI - Motion blur is affected by camera motion too, so you could achieve blurring of the hdr environment by animating the camera moving like it would on a rig.
Indeed David, that's an 3D scan of myself sitting in the car.
Thank you for the good suggestion on the blurry background
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